Bradley Boodt Elected to Holland & Hart Management Committee

Bradley Boodt Elected to Holland & Hart Management Committee

Holland & Hart LLP is proud to announce that Bradley Boodt has been elected to a three-year term on the firm’s Management Committee, effective Jan. 1, 2015. The five-person Management Committee oversees the management and strategic direction of the entire law firm, which has more than 470 attorneys in 15 offices across the Mountain West and Washington, D.C. Boodt will serve as the committee’s Regional Office Representative.

Boodt, a real estate and commercial finance lawyer, is based in the firm’s Las Vegas office. Since 2010, he has served as the leader of the firm’s practice group that includes its real estate, construction, finance and corporate reorganization lawyers.

“For over four years, I’ve had the honor of leading a group of talented lawyers who are deeply committed to our clients and communities. I’m excited to have the chance to serve on the firm’s management committee, where I intend to apply the many meaningful experiences I gained as a practice group leader to the opportunities and challenges facing the firm as a whole,” said Boodt.

Boodt represents financial institutions and other lenders in commercial finance and real estate transactions, as well as developers of large scale commercial real estate projects. He is licensed to practice in both Nevada and New Mexico.

Other members of the firm serving on Holland & Hart LLP’s Management Committee include Chair Liz Sharrer, John Shepherd (Senior Third Representative), Wendy Pifher (Middle Third Representative) and newly elected Junior Third Representative, Nicole Snyder.


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